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Audio-technica AT 4071a

Audio-technica AT 4071a

The Audio-Technica AT 4071a is a transformerless, externally polarized line plus gradient condenser microphone. It has been specially created to meet the critical long-distance pickup demands of broadcasting, film/TV sound, professional recording and theater sound reinforcement.The AT 4071a features a...

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Behringer ECM 8000

Behringer ECM 8000

FeaturesPrecise electret condenser measurement microphoneUltra-linear frequency responseWell-balanced, true omni-directional patternOptimally suited for room correction applicationsSpecificationsType: electret condenser, omni-directionalImpedance: 600 ohmsSensitivity: –60 dBFrequency response: 15 Hz to 20 kHzConnector: gold-plated XLRPhantom power: +15 V to +48 VWeight: approximately 120 g...

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Beyerdynamic M 500 N (C)

Beyerdynamic M 500 N (C)

Description and ApplicationsThe beyerdynamic model M 500 is a true hypercardioid dynamic ribbon micro­phone with wide range response and high output, created especially for the most exacting professional use. Emphasizing a major technological break­through in ribbon design technique, the M...

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Beyerdynamic MC 740 N (C) P48

Beyerdynamic MC 740 N (C) P48

ApplicationsDue to five switchable polar patterns, the MC 740 is a universal studio microphone. It has been designed without compromise to be able to capture every sound detail with absolute clarity and purity. Applications for the MC 740 include recording...

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Blue 8-Ball

Blue 8-Ball

Acoustical operating principle: pressure gradientPolar pattern: cardioidFrequency response: 35 Hz to 20 kHzSensitivity: (1 kHz into 1 kΩ) 10 mV/PaRated impedance: 50 ΩRated load impedance: Not less than 1 kΩMaximum SPL: (THD 0.5%) 150 dB SPLNoise level: 22 dB “A”...

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CAD e300²

CAD e300²

DescriptionThe CAD equitek e300² combines a 1.1-inch 24K gold sputtered externally biased triple pattern (cardioid, omni, figure 8) dual diaphragm capsule with advanced elec­tronics. Typical FET (field effect transistor) condenser microphones use discrete designs. This means they use individual transistors...

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